Ethics at work

The Brian Picot Chair in Ethical Leadership is the national partner for the IBE Ethics at Work survey.

Ethics starts at the top

Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington’s Brian Picot Chair in Ethical Leadership, Professor Karin Lasthuizen, comments on the findings from NZ’s first Ethics at Work survey.

She notes that a new survey of the ethical culture in New Zealand workplaces highlights the need for organisations to clarify their ethical expectations, set clear boundaries, and discipline employees who violate them.

The Brian Picot Chair is the national partner of the London-based Institute of Business Ethics (IBE). The IBE's triennial Ethics at Work survey initially included the UK, France, Germany, Italy, and Spain. It has been expanded to include New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, Canada, Ireland, Switzerland, and Portugal.

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What does ethics at work mean to employees?

Phillipa Foster Back, Executive Director of the Institute of Business Ethics, UK, officially launched the publication Ethics at Work: 2018 Survey of Employees—Australia, New Zealand at a public lecture hosted by the Brian Picot Chair in Ethical Leadership on 28 November 2018.

View the video below to see the slides and hear a recording of the presentation.